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Universal Consciousness


Here is an excellent essay that I just ran across in the May 2016 issue of the Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research entitled “Evidence of Universal Consciousness in Modern Physics”. I will attempt to contact the author to see if he is interested in joining Spiritual Networks. Evidence of Universal Consciousness in Modern PhysicsHimangsu […]

Massive data no match for computer sciences Sangmi Pallickara


Big data can be immensely powerful, but only if it can be efficiently used. Otherwise its sheer volume – whether from satellites, genomes or Twitter – becomes a bottleneck in the scientific process. So when scientists are faced with the sorts of massive datasets now available, knowing how to start analyzing them can be daunting, […]

UW technology key to growth as firm stays in Madison long after sale


Epicentre, a Madison firm that prospered by licensing a biological discovery from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, continues to grow here five years after being sold to Illumina Inc. of San Diego. Illumina makes next-generation sequencing systems, which are revolutionizing biology with ultra-fast deciphering of the bases, or letters, in genes. In an hour, its machines […]

New Bacteria Makes Jet Fuel In A One Step Recipe


Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) researchers have engineered a strain of bacteria that enables a ‘one-pot’ method for producing advanced biofuels from a slurry of pre-treated plant material. LBNL’s achievement is a critical step in making biofuels a viable competitor to fossil fuels by streamlining the production process. This article, New Bacteria Makes Jet Fuel […]

WARF board speaks out on proposed fetal tissue ban

The Board of Trustees of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) today announced unanimous opposition to a state legislative proposal to ban the use of fetal tissue in scientific research. WARF is the private, nonprofit foundation that patents and commercializes campus inventions and provides grants to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to advance groundbreaking research and […]

Shining a Light on Urban Divides

Artistic inspiration strikes in the most unlikely of places. Last fall, Dante Migone-Ojeda, a printmaking major in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, attended a city council meeting in University City. A man stood up to complain about potholes. “He was talking about property taxes and how Olive [Boulevard] is a dividing […]

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